Another way out of the town was used by the inhabitants of Mancùsu to reach the fields in the northern part of the territory, as far as Gallipari. It was also used by those who had to travel to other towns, from Isca to Catanzaro. The route was obligatory: you had to take the mpetràta di Cerasìa and reach the river Granèli, then climb towards Mingiànu, pass through Cuzzùhṛa, reach the marina and continue northwards.

Many people left Portèhṛa because the lands of Cardàra, Vallìna, Gallìpari and others produced abundant crops, making many peasants who owned these lands “wealthy”.